Synopses & Reviews
Wouldn't it be wonderful to understand how horses think and will react to certain situations in advance? As a matter of fact, wouldn't it be wonderful to know that about the people in your life, too? Now you can. This book delves deeply into the sections of the horse and the human brain to describe core personalities. Understanding these personalities allows the reader to determine what horse will work best for which person. This works for selecting, rehabbing, training methods, as well as matching a horse to a particular discipline. A bounty of tests and charts to enable each reader to more accurately select horse to human personalities. Any horse owner (seasoned or new) or trainer (amateur or professional) will gain a more complete understanding of what makes their equine partner tick by reading Know You, Know Your Horse.
“Identifying personality has long served to improve client-customer relationships and increase sales in business, and it is from this practical realm that author Eunice Rush draws experience. In this innovative and interesting book, she joins with horse trainer Marry Morrow to apply this analysis to the complex world of choosing, training, and riding your horse.”—Lone Star Horse Report
“This is a fascinating book on people and horse personalities. … [E]specially helpful for someone looking to buy a new horse, but also fantastic for either learning how to get along with the one you have, or realizing it needs to move along to a new owner that fits!”—Mid-South Horse Review
Exploring the thought processes of horses and people, this book demonstrates how equine enthusiasts can predict how their horses will react to certain situations in advance. The study provides a deeper understanding of core personalities, allowing for an easy determination of what horses will work best for certain people. Addressing rehabilitation, training methods, and how to ideally match horses to particular disciplines, this guide includes a bounty of accessible tests and charts, making it a must-have for owners, riders, and trainers of all levels.
About the Author
Eunice Rush collaborates with horse trainer Marry Morrow on studying both horse and human personalities. She lives in Bunk Hill, Indiana. Marry Morrow is experienced in trail riding as well as showing English, Western, Saddle Seat, Jumping, and Dressage. She works with equine rescue groups to train abused horses for new homes, breaks green horses for an assortment of clientele, conducts private training sessions for horses and their owners, and runs natural horsemanship clinics. She lives in Denver, Indiana.